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Mar 2, 2013 6:30am PST
by a professor geoffrey hazard, a distinguished professor of law at uc hastings. the professor is a leading expert in the field of civil procedure of legal ethics and is good at asking questions. it is my pleasure to introduce our very special guest, stephen zack, president of the american bar association. with nearly 400,000 members, it is the largest volunteer professional membership organization in the world. mr. zack is the first hispanic american to serve as the president and the second to be born abroad. he was only 14 when his family emigrated from cuba under harrowing circumstances, including last minute detention by the secret police. he made it here. in two lines -- and two lines come to mind when i think of him. "this is my country, land of my choice. this is my country, here i found voice." what a voice it is. he earned his aba at the university of florida and he is now in their hall of fame. he is a partner in the miami office of the national law firm. his clients range from former vice president al gore to philip morris, to the national geographic society, and he is listed in
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 12:50pm EST
's going to have an impact on law enforcement. we're going to be looking at f.b.i. agents, d.e.a. agents, a.t.f. agents who are going to be furloughed and federal prosecutors who are not going to be working with you all on task forces and bringing cases. there are a whole variety of things that are going to happen as a result of sequestration. and that's why i called on in my prepared remarks for congress to resolve this as quickly as possible. >> america's day begins in guam and our questions will attendant with attorney general capadas. >> and we have been talking about your visit to the war museum there and still remember how long you stayed there and appreciated your visit. and spending some money, i think. >> not to have a commercial. but if you are in guam or in the south pacific, it is something to see this world war ii museum. it is something that is -- it's technologically done but extremely moving and informative place. it's really something to see. >> and kind after follow-on to maine's questions, the volcker grants, and i think how the department of justice allocates these cuts,
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 5:00pm EST
concerned with privacy have complained for a while that the law has not kept pace with technology and the government can obtain, store, and access increasing amounts of data about our daily lives. privacy is one of the issues that is difficult to get people to care about. i was reading an article that compares the privacy damage to environment in the sense that it happens little by little and each erosion does not seem to matter that much. at the end of the day, it may add up to a loss of privacy that is unacceptable in our democracy. the question is, are we there yet? it seems like we have reached an inflection point about privacy. more people are concerned about the issue. we could see it covered in the press more. a computing factor was the petraeus affair about for which this event is case. it seems like in the case, the fbi did have warrant. the investigation made people realize that e-mails were not that private. privacy advocates took advantage of that moment to put forth the concerns they had talked about for years. two other things that happened over the last year, which
SFGTV2
Mar 2, 2013 7:00am PST
to the graduating students, i just went through that season and had a chance to talk to many, many graduating law students, and i talked about those four words come and i said, you have read millions of board to get to today. you only have to think about four words. they are inscribed over the supreme court of the united states. "equal justice under law." it doesn't say "equal justice for the rich and powerful and privileged." equal justice. "under lock" the meet -- needs the rule of law under the constitution. -- "under law" means the rule of law under the constitution. when i was leaving cuba, we were taken off the plane and held incommunicado in a private room. there were just locked rooms. you didn't know if you would ever see your family again. it only takes one night of that to change your life forever. in many ways, i believe that was the moment i decided to be a lawyer. i never wanted to feel so helpless again in my life. i also knew what was happening there was wrong and that somebody should care about it. if i ever had an opportunity to make a difference, i would do that. i believe that
MSNBC
Mar 1, 2013 7:00pm PST
, and obviously, nobody bought it or sold it. it is homemade, how is law enforcement in this country going to grapple with homemade high-powered weapons. what will they do when they print the 3-d fully automatic machine gun? the government agency that will have to deal with the challenges of this new technology when it happens is the atf. last month when president obama unveiled his proposed gun reforms at the white house, one thing he asked congress to do was confirm the nominee to run atf, a man named todd jones who has been acting as deputy director of the atf for five years. president obama asked congress to stop hindering law enforcement, and he called congress out for allowing anybody to be confirmed as director of the atf for six years now. this week we got news that even that part of what president obama confirmed on guns, even just asking the director of the law enforcement agency that is concerned with federal gun laws, yeah, republicans in congress may just oppose that too. they don't want anybody running that after six years. republicans increasingly make the case that we shoul
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 12:25pm EST
of criminal justice, law enforcement and national security challenges, alongside my colleagues and counter parts in the obama administration including vice president biden, attorney general tony west all of whom you're hearing from this week. we've established a great deal working together with you across state boundaries and i think importantly across party lines. the justice department has benefited and more importantly the american people have benefited from your tireless work, your expert guidance and your steadfast commitment to doing what's best for those that we have privileged to serve. and i really think the collaboration speak for themselves by helping to strengthen our state and federal criminal justice systems and advancing critical public safety initiatives and consumer products we have improved countless lives. you have made victims whole again and you brought assistance and healing to troubled areas. in close partnership with the president's financial fraud enforcement task force, you've helped to ensure that our approach in identifying and combating fraud targeting consumer
PBS
Mar 1, 2013 11:00pm PST
at this law knew it was just a backdoor to sneak creationism into public school science classes. >>> and -- >> i never do debates about the existence of god. why would you do that? who are you going to convince? i like to talk about public issues. >> announcer: funding is provided by -- carnegie corporation of new york, celebrating 100 years of philanthropy, and committed to doing real and permanent good in the world. the kohlberg foundation. independent production fund, with support from the partridge foundation, a john and polly guth charitable fund. the clements foundation. park foundation, dedicated to heightening public awareness of critical issues. the herb alpert foundation, supporting organizations whose mission is to promote compassion and creativity in our society. the bernard and audre rapoport foundation. the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, committed to building a more just, verdant, and peaceful world. more information at macfound.org. anne gumowitz. the betsy and jesse fink foundation. the hkh foundation. barbara g. fleischman. and by our sole corpor
PBS
Mar 1, 2013 7:00pm PST
to the streets of moscow. they're protesting against a new law banning u.s. citizens from adopting russian children. lawmakers in russia's parliament passed it in december. it was drafted to retaliate against a new u.s. law that restricts russian officers from entering the country if they are accused of abusing human rights. at a news conference, president vladimir putin spoke to russian and foreign journalists for 4 1/2 hours. many reporters were critical. >> translator: don't you feel guilty about getting children, the weakest, involved in political disputes? >> translator: russian children should be raised in russia. >> reporter: as president of russia, putin signed the legislation into law and authorities have already canceled adoptions that were in progress while the legislation was going through the system. to see how the law is affecting children, we traveled to a childcare facility in st. petersburg. 75 children live here. many are ill or have physical disabilities. this boy has down's syndrome. the 4-year-old wants to be by a but with the new law in effect, timothy may not be goin
PBS
Mar 1, 2013 8:00pm PST
proposed, and signed into law, all the while pretending he's somehow powerless to stop it. gwen: the blame game is a big part of what we saw this week and we just saw it there. >> well, the republicans are saying it's his fault, he did it. they call this the "president's sequester." they did that -- gwen: they tried to call it obama quester. >> they did that after the meeting at the white house on friday morning. and the president came out in his press conference and said this is the republican's choice, they are choosing to do this. he used the word choice and republican together a few times so it's clear the blame game is in full swing. i believe that when all of this is over, the public will look and say you know what, you guys needed to figure out, both of you children needed to figure out a way to prevent this and stop pointing fingers at each other. gwen: this does remind me of when you're driving down the street with kids in the back seat and you tell them to stop squabbling, they say, he did it first. we don't have a lot of patience for that. >> don't make me stop the car. >> our p
SFGTV2
Mar 2, 2013 7:30am PST
environmental law, which you could say, the same would be true of many other branches of law where the appellate system has become so sluggish, so slow, that often by the time a question finally gets resolved, in an appellate court, particularly the supreme court, the practical utility of the resolution is obsolete, because life has been moving along much faster underneath. is that another dimension of this problem? >> it is certainly a problem. again, quo tote -- to quote winston churchill, it is a terrible system. it is just better than any other one. i met with the brazilian supreme court. they have just met with the united states supreme court less than a month ago to deal with their issues. in brazil, every matter that comes before the supreme court of brazil, they had 80,000 cases last year, 80,000, obviously, no justice. you cannot have a system that wants to review 80,000 cases. i do think our appellate system could use some tweaking, but by and large, the florida -- i am not sure i agree with that -- almost certainly respected -- the florida supreme court's motto is, you'll appreciate t
PBS
Mar 1, 2013 6:30pm PST
of their draft laws passed, search engines would have to pay fees to publishers for using their reports. >> we want journalists and publishers to get paid enough for their work. the internet is really efficient, but the content that people search and save does not just right itself. >> the opposition says the draft law is too vague about what search engines would have to pay for. the draft law says search engines would not have to pay to show snippets of articles, but they would if they publish full articles. however, it does not say what a snippet is. the greens said opposition is also strong outside parliament. >> german journalists and the freelance journalist association are against your bill, and so are well-known constitutional law professors and basically every copyright expert in the country. >> many net experts in the government are also skeptical about the bill, but the government has the numbers in the bundestag, so the bill passed. it is however expected to meet resistance in the upper house. >> the second chamber of germany's parliament is where we are going next because things ha
SFGTV
Mar 1, 2013 9:00pm PST
honda the issue of illegal units that pre dominate the city, a property owner under california law is not permitted to take rent from an illegal unit that is discourage from the tenant. when the property learns that he or she has an illegal unit, it is encumbent to take action. my client learned of the status of the units when he hired him when he came to the city and explained to him that he had a single family dwelling. he promptly did what was legally required of him to seek a permit to clarify the legal use of the property. if there is any suggestion, implications, thought, about limiting my clients' rights under state law as a condition of the permit. imposing some sort of rent control on this unit and limiting my rights to go out of the rental business. and i strongly urge you to seek legal, the case law is in favor of my client that the board cannot limit my clients rights under the rental housing right and the board does not have the authority to limit my client's right to go out of the rental business if that is his choice. and the suggestion that we agree to that is illeg
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 10:30am EST
law enforcement in poor communities of color and attempting to assist people who have been released from prison enter into a society which had never shown much use for them in the first place, i had a series of experiences that began what i now call my awakening. i began to awaken to a racial reality that is just so obvious to me now that what seems odd in retrospect is that i could have been blind to it for so long. as i write in the introduction to my book, "the new jim crow," what has changed since the collapse of jim crow has less to do with the basic structure of of our society than the language we use to justify it. in the era of color blindness, it is no longer socially permissible to use race explicitly as a justification for discrimination, exclusion and southerly contempt. social contempt. so we don't. rather than rely on race, we use our criminal justice system to label people of color criminals and then engage in all the practices that we supposedly left behind. today it is perfectly legal to discriminate against criminals in nearly all the ways in which it was once lega
SFGTV
Mar 2, 2013 9:30am PST
-inlaws. down on caesar street. i was wondering isn't that against the law for them to do something like that. and the nitwit does not want to pay alimony but he will because he is make shoinger that no one can get in touch with me. i think that he is silly >> be careful with your taser. >> thanks. >> expect speaker? >> my name is vick preo from the marina and i think that the police do a wonderful job and thank you for making yourself open and available to us and the commissioner as well. we all have concerns, and one of those that we have is that they are trying to open the restaurant going on the up on the top, and it has a potential to attract a nuisance and what the police are going to do if this place opens up in a homeless move from the park to the marina green and what is going to happen now. probably once a month i will find sleeping on the street and the homes. we have had concerned and a cook of break-ins on the car and we did not walk in. and obviously we cannot get in the city. what we look forward to is when this place an attractive nuisance for the homeless and for anyone else.
MSNBC
Mar 1, 2013 6:00pm PST
you can say it has worked anywhere else. what are we doing with this emergency manager law in michigan, and in detroit now specifically? what we're doing is giving up on the idea that we fix problems in america through a system of government that is called democracy. and we're giving it up for something that has no proven record of being any better. you lose democracy. you don't necessarily have any hope of fixing anything. why did you give up your deem democracy then? why this is not a bigger national story still blows my mind. r have staying power... or just seem to fade away, day by day? don't compromise. new vidal sassoon pro series from the original salon genius. starts vibrant, stays vibrant. precision mix formula saturates each strand for 100% gray coverage. hydrablock conditioner helps fight fade out for up to 8 weeks. new vidal sassoon lets you say no to compromise and yes to vibrant color like this. new vidal sassoon pro series salon genius. brilliantly priced. [ woman ] too weak. wears off. been there. tried that. ladybug body milk? no thanks. [ female announcer ] stop searc
MSNBC
Mar 2, 2013 4:00am PST
nobody bought it or sold it. it is homemade, how is law enforcement in this country going to grapple with homemade high-powered weapons. what will they do when they print the 3-d fully automatic machine gun? the government agency that will have to deal with the challenges of this new technology when it happens is the atf. last month when president obama unveiled his proposed gun reforms at the white house, one thing he asked congress to do was confirm the nominee to run atf, a man named todd jones who has been acting as deputy director of the atf for five years. president obama asked congress to stop hindering law enforcement, and he called congress out for allowing anybody to be confirmed as director of the atf for six years now. this week we got news that even that part of what president obama confirmed on guns, even just asking the director of the law enforcement agency that is concerned with federal gun laws, yeah, republicans in congress may just oppose that too. they don't want anybody running that after six years. republicans increasingly make the case that we shoul
PBS
Mar 1, 2013 7:30pm PST
might actually be persuasive to the court. >> i think the arguments they make about hr and law and tax, that would speak more to the supreme court than emotional arguments about how they feel when they have to tell someone they can't not discriminate. >> this isn't just liberal california. this is businesses. this is goldman sachs. >> and the court is taking this up on march 26th. 26th and 27th. and so we will watch and see. >>> well, all right. time now for something we haven't seen much of in a while. news that bay area home prices are nudging upwards. yes, you heard right. upwards. carolyn, is this a sign of a rebound in real estate? >> it is indeed. basically what we have here is economics 101. basic laws of supply and demand. there's more buyers out, and they're chasing a limited pool of homes. and that is, you know, what will make prices ratchet up and it already has been happening over the past year and it's expected to continue happening in this coming year. so why are there more buyers? the economy is better. people are more confident about their jobs. mortgage rates are at in
LINKTV
Mar 2, 2013 2:00pm PST
that would touch every american, cuts to early childhood education, teachers aides would be cut, law enforcement and the military, and cuts to senior programs. there are cuts to a program that brings food to senior citizens in their homes. there is a waiting list of about 100 seniors who want to get these meals. these are the cuts that would, at some point, they could potentially affect a lot of people. >> given the impact, how are ordinary people reacting to the situation? >> they are upset and angry and frustrated. they have been hearing about the budget crisis for several weeks, and a lot of people did not think that this would actually happen. the economy has not been good in the u.s. and in this area people were hoping that the economy would improve, and they were hoping that these cuts would not go through and trickle down to the community and affect people. there is a lot of anger in the white house and in congress. >> are people hopeful but they will sort out some compromise? many people did not believe the u.s. would get to this point, did they? ablee didn't and they were to
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 3:00pm EST
to the law, conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction or other terrorism related cases, but through the sting operations, identify them first. it's easy to be empathetic to the fbi's view, and i try to talk about it in the book which is that if you're a case agent, and you have a guy on tape saying, you know, i want to bomb the subway system, you don't want to be the guy who says let's ignore him, and then six months later, he commits an act of terrorism. it's easy to understand why the fbi pursues these cases, but what i put out in the book is that there has yet to be an example of someone on their own capable of terrorism, someone who is a loud mouth, do you want have weapon, and meeting an operative and says, hey, here's a bomb. the only people providing the capacity is actually the fbi. you know, these sting operations are an evolution of drug stings. you've seen where, you know, in the movies, a guy has an empty briefcase, and two people believe there's cocaine inside, hand over the money, and hand over the briefcase, they open it, it's empty, they rush in and arrest the person
FOX News
Mar 2, 2013 7:00am PST
are in better off treating insured than uninsured. many had to treat them under law when they weren't insured. the obama law, reduced 10 billion over 10 years, provides bonuses to doctors to provide the medicaid patients. so what i think, this is the latest complaint in had a series of complaints about the health care law that turn out not to be true, from detractors from the law and then what we see is the supreme court embraces it, republican governors are embracing it and everybody is embracing it. >> it's still going to bend the health curve, that health care costs are going to go down? i thought that's been debunked. >> no, the other issue with about premiums going up. >> brenda: i'm sorry, we've got to move this conversation. we've got to move this information. we don't have time right now. toby, doctor shortages, that what we're talking about, is obamacare causing them. >> we've had doctor shortages for the last five years and again, use massachusetts. massachusetts has the second most physicians per population in the united states. now, if anybody was not going to have shortages, they
FOX News
Mar 2, 2013 11:00am PST
court before they make changes to their election law, such federal enforcement was responsible for sweeping away poll taxes and other obstacle to voting in the past. critics say it's no longer necessary. are they right? we're back with dan henninger and jason riley and wall street journal senior writer, colin levy joins the panel. colin, what is the core issue in this case? >> the core issue is that section 5 as you mentioned has historically had a successful way of equalizing, you know, basically black and white turnout. >> paul: right. >> and vote, and addressing that in the south. basically, just -- there isn't a need for it anymore. what happened 1965 voting rights act said that a number of southern states, nine southern states and parts of seven others needed to basically get pre clearance for any changes. >> paul: right. >> and those changes, if they happen, you know, the problems in those southern states just aren't existing. >> paul: section five applies only to some states, not others. and the question is, is it right under the constitution to still apply that kind of
SFGTV
Mar 2, 2013 8:00am PST
on and impart of the board of the executive committee of the law center to present the gun violence and i have been working on the gun violence prevention issues in the last 20 years, i raised my son in the city and my heart is in san francisco. and so thank you again for being here tonight. >> thank you. >> commissioner loftus? >> i love to get to hear the fellow commissioners talk about themselves and the love of the city and it is wonderful. i'm native san franciscoan also. i live in the sun se. my husband and i are raising our three daughters in the city i am a former prosecutor with the san francisco district attorney office. and one of fast vorite things to do is to get to be the neighborhood prosecutor and so i am very familiar with the great community partnerships and the legacy of the chiefs who respect the community's ability to help to solve problems together and i think that is just really great about coming out to these meetings. for my day job, now, i, like dr. marshal, i work in the bay view for a non-profit for the center of youth wellness. where we are trying to improve the he
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 7:00am EST
we heard there were stories about how the laws, for example repeating their passports were transferred to the country and where they had taken them. i was curious about your experience about the intersection between public policy -- >> it is diabolical. i am very glad to have authorized the violence against women act and within that was the trafficking victim protection act which helps ameliorate some of those double standards within the american law. so when help is the building block of all sustainability, when a girl was healthy she can go to school, she can stay in school, when she has her period and there's a latrine and there is what she needs for her hygiene she can stay in school and every year a girl stays in school she has her first child at an older age, fewer children, her earning capacity skyrockets exponentially, she contributes to her family, her community, a way to lift nations out of poverty and when you have laws like your friends, because girls are very vulnerable in that situation, so lots out there, direct civic participation, and land ownership, an inc
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 1:30pm EST
: what is your background? >> at american university, i teach a combination of business law and actually don't really teach in the way international law courses and public international law. i am a visiting fellow at the hoover institution in california, nonresident senior fellow at the brookings institution in washington d.c. and in those areas, most international security, this book, i am proud to say was published by the institution press, and i have a background that is schizophrenic, i have a background in finance and business and tax law and that sort of stuff. earlier in my career i was a long time non-profit lawyer and that sort of stuff, and general counsel to the george soros foundation and the open society. i have drifted to the right i have to say some what. before that i was the director of the human rights watch arms division in new york. i have another career in on profits of but also sort of the long background in transactional business practices a lot of which involve development and finance and international development issues and one of the things i enjoy it was the ch
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 8:00am EST
smuggled himself out of england to find some extraordinarily strict british immigration laws that did not allow machinists, skilled artisans like himself to leave the british isles precisely because if they did, they would end up helping other countries rather than england. so he pretended to be a farmer or some such, smuggled himself to new york. moses brown heard about him, brought hip up to start a mill -- him up to start a mill, and moses brown actually had some smuggled machinery for him to work on to see if it might help. turned out to be mostly useless, so he can can ballized the parts, and the rest is history. another story's about fortunes made from illicit trade. everyone talks about how much money pablo escobar makes. i think a mexican drug trafficker has joined that infamous l list. you know if you're on the list, your days are probably numbered, because you're getting a little too much attention. if we look back at our history, some of our founding family fortunes are built on illicit trade. here, of course, i've already mentioned to brown brothers, but we can look to the
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 6:00am EST
. that was signed into law last december. unless you fund it, they are still hamstrung. if we do a cr for the rest of the year or an omnibus or some kind of funding mechanism that does not give them the appropriations and the authority to move funds from one area to another, it severely impacts them. one of the greatest concerns we have is readiness. i know that we have troops that are being trained to go to the war theater and they are not receiving the same training they did just a year ago because those funds have been cut. if we do not pass that appropriations bill they will be cut further. i was told by the secretary of the army that he is going to have to cut 40% out of his operating maintenance account. this cannot be allowed to happen. >> is it a problem for your efforts that there seems to be a mixed message within your own party, that many people are saying let the cuts go ahead. many of them are saying defense cuts -- we need them. i heard a lot of people saying things that are not in line with what you're saying. >> in congress, there are 437 people. we cannot be experts on everything
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 4:15pm EST
the country. these are for laws that will the people protecting our country and protect our national security. while that is occurring, the only work being done on sequester in the white house is being done in the press corps. the senate took up a bill yesterday that actually sets of sequester and replaces it with more spending. the cbo scores the bill as a $7.2 billion increase in spending the cbo scored the senate's homework as failing. the house has passed two bills and they are both on the house armed services committee website and they both replaced sequester with responsible cuts and both system and our national security and reduce overall spending. the president's team on sequester has said it is irresponsible and reckless and wrong and dangerous. we agree. in my community, wright-patterson air force base, 3000 people are facing furloughs my community is listed as number 3 in the nation that will be impacted by sequestration, men and women who get up and go to work every day to protect our national security. the president has broken his promise today to the american people and begins w
NBC
Mar 1, 2013 5:30pm PST
to uphold or strike down the voting rights act of 1965. it's the most important civil rights law of the modern era, which is why the words you're about to hear may live on forever. our report from our justice correspondent, pete williams. >> reporter: just look, the court's liberal member said, at where most voter discrimination lawsuits come from, areas in 16 states covered by the law. >> you can say maybe this district shouldn't be covered, maybe this one should be covered. the formula seems to be working pretty well in terms of going after the actual violations on the ground and who is committing them. >> and why would we vote in favor of a county whose record is the epitome of what caused the passage of this law to start with. >> reporter: but the court's conservatives told solicitor general don verrilli that congress didn't look at the most up to date evidence when it last renewed the law in 2006. >> do you know which state has the worst ratio of white voter turnout to african-american voter turnout? >> i do not. >> massachusetts. >> do you know what has the best, where afri
ABC
Mar 1, 2013 4:00pm PST
the request saying it wasn't appropriate under california law. the judge questioned lawyers ability to represent the actress in california. if convicted she can end up back in jail. >> we've seen a ton of hand and foot print ceremonies but have never seen a giant book print promoting the movie "jack the giant slayer". >> it's a change, isn't it? it's fun to be involved. >> it opens today. across the pond excitement is building at the preemer james franco dished why he want td play the wizard he is not perfect and makes mistakes. he gets to the land of oz everyone thinks he's a real wizard and he's not. >> still ahead this is deadline day for congress looks like spending cuts goring to go into affect both sides met today. >> plus a horrific scene in florida after a sink hole opened underneath a house. a man was pulled underground. >> and a >>> cuts commonly known as seek quest traigs are scheduled to go into effect at 9:00 p.m. our time. >> it was a last ditch effort nobody put much faith in. after meeting with leaders the president said today he can't force congress to reach a deal
ABC
Mar 2, 2013 12:35am PST
underage kids to go to my blog. in fact, i don't think they should. if the law says if you're under 18, you can't view porn. >> reporter: but on the other hand you're also saying maybe they'll get something out of this. >> i would like to think that i'm opening up their sexual experience and being able to take their boyfriends and say hey, i saw this in a porno, i want to try this. i don't think porn should be used as an actual learning guide. >> reporter: and believe it or not, james said he knew he wanted to be a porn star ever since the day he found an old porn magazine. he was just in kindergarten. >> so here i am in kindergarten. i just learned what sex was. it all kind of just made sense. >> reporter: wait, at kindergarten? you didn't want to get in porn since kindergarten, or are you telling me -- >> yeah, i did. maybe first grade. it's this weird moment i will always remember where i was like this is what i want to be when i grow up. >> reporter: dean was even suspended once where he told a teacher he dreamed of a life in porn. the young fans tell us they're drawn to dean because he
KRON
Mar 1, 2013 11:00pm PST
. shirakawa resigned today. after being charged with perjury, felony misuse of campaign finance laws. the supervisor says, he will plead guilty to the charges later this month. shirakawa released this statement today. saying- "the charges relate to failure to file campaign finance reports. filing inaccurate reports and delayed repayment of credit card charges. although i have previously repaid most of these credit card charges, and will repay the balance, the charges should never have been made."-- end he blames depression and a gambling addiction. he apologizes for his actions. >> gary: , got n.c.a.a. and when we're through crawford against a local school and a sarina williams with tighter what' tiger would slowtiger woos you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet and almost anywhere. why would you want a tv in the closet? [ both laugh ] ♪ [ fancy voice ] brilliant idea, darling. ♪ [ female a
CNN
Mar 2, 2013 3:00pm PST
in atlanta. the cuts once considered too painful to consider are now the law of the land. president obama and congressional republicans could not reach a compromise to avoid the $85 billion in automatic cuts. they will not happen all at once, but instead they will come over time. they are pointing fingers at each other over their failure to reach a deal. >> probably would be a lot better ways to reduce that spending than by the formula approach of the sequester. but we don't intend to spend a penny less as promised to the american people. >> these cuts are not smart, they will hurt our economy and cost us jobs. and congress can turn them off at any time as soon as both sides are willing to compromise. >> the cuts will hit different agencies in different ways. and there has been some confusion over how they will take effect. one good example is this, the faa held a conference to back away earlier this week, that 160 air traffic controller towers around the country would have to close on april one. others listening in were told the initial announcements of the cuts had not been authorized.
CSPAN
Mar 1, 2013 8:00pm EST
will be supportive. it is the deal that i made. our additional cut on top of that, by law, until congress takes the sequester a way, we would have to abide by those additional cuts. there is no reason why we should nhave another crisis like shutting the government down. >> even at the lower levels, even if you -- >> i never want to make myself 100% clear with you guys, but i think it is fair to say that i made the deals for a certain budget, there is no reason why that deal needs to be reopened. it is a deal that the speaker made as well and all of the leadership may. a bill that arrives on my desk reflects that commitment that we previously made. i will sign it because i need to make sure that we keep doing what we need to for the american people. >> can you have them down here and refused to let them leave the room? [laughter] >> jessica, i am not a dictator. i am the president. ultimately, if mitch mcconnell or john boehner say they're going to go, i can't have secret service block the doorway. i understand. i know that this has been some of the conventional wisdom that has been floating aro
FOX News
Mar 2, 2013 8:30am PST
it make. buying drugs on the street. you are against the law and that has nothing to do with whether or not you are on welfare. you are on welfare or drunk. >> here's the theory. if i put a check on your right pocket. aren'tip paying for your drugs? >> yes, i am violating the law in the first place. if i rob a bank it is it the same thing. >> if you are going to do it. you have to make the treatment programs are affordable and accessible. millions was americans suffer and only 11 percent in proper treatment programs. >> costs more to do it >> corporate america drug test. is it kind of the same thing. >> hold ohold on. >> simple. >> we'll get marjorie in it. >> if i work for fox and they want to drug test me. ifip fail, they fire my. why can't we do that with welfare assistance. there is it plentev - plenty of other programs that they don't get tested. corporate america is one thing and an question but harder to implement. >> but a simple moral end to this eric. legalized druppings and end welfare and costs taxpayers no one. >> johnathon that is a big can of worms. thank you very for
SFGTV
Mar 2, 2013 2:00am PST
are correct >> i kind of figured that out because we are not just talking about law and accounting jobs, but we are talking about the vast, or the whole number of people who would be in the office as part of their work even though they are working for a cultural institution or a medical institution. so with that regard, i think that we, you know our projections should remain at the high end. because i think that we should or we probably will at least be at the regional average and the reason that i say that is some of the things that the director brought up about the attractiveness about being in an urban area not to mention the emp itus from legislation which is directing us to have jobs near the transit in the population centers and the fact that auto traffic, travel is for your job is becoming very costly, and very unattractive to a lot of people and i can speak from experience having been in areas of the bay area during the week and trying to, you know, get from one place to another and it is not easy because of the amount of traffic on the roads if you are trying to drive. so a lot
SFGTV2
Mar 1, 2013 4:30pm PST
of the san francisco police department that challenged our able to provide top-notch law enforcement due to staffing and budget challenges. this past year we were expected to do more with less, and this expected to be the new normal. not only did we persevere, we excelled. we went into the neighborhoods and heard them. we lived through one of the busiest december in san francisco, and a good january and february, we can talk about that play-calling later. we were relatively unscathed for the mission district celebrating the world series. we pulled together as a team, with one common goal to keep the city safe. this took leadership not from the top down but from the streets up. the senior officers and lieutenants knowing what was needed. it took the captains to be sure that their teams were willing to work as one. and again keeping the city safe. we did it like the champions we are. like no other law enforcement can, san francisco's finest. as each of you move in your new role, you will have the technology of advancements that provided for us locally and regionally and around the world. a
CBS
Mar 1, 2013 5:30pm PST
of this law that federal managers can't choose where to cut. the reductions must be across the board thereby eliminating both the wasteful and the vital. a few programs are exempt, however, and we asked nancy cordes to tell us where the cuts are coming. >> reporter: food stamp fund will not be cut. neither will children's health subsidies or medicaid. democrats protected those programs for the poor and a few others when they were negotiating the sequester with republicans two years ago. and both sides agreed that military pay and benefits along with funding for veterans should be shielded from the budget ax as well. but the rest of the federal government will be cut by $85 billion this year and more than $100 billion each of the nine years after that with the cuts split between defense and domestic spending. that translates into an 8% cut in pentagon funding. most domestic agencies will have to cut at least 5% from their ledgers. medicare itself won't get cut but doctors who see medicare patients will see their reimbursements trimmed by 2%. and there are many programs for the needy that will
MSNBC
Mar 2, 2013 11:00am PST
the court's decision on marriage? a constitutional law expert at nyu. he's here with me this afternoon. good to see you, professor. >> good to see you, craig. >> proposition 8 has been battered around in california courts. what's behind the timing of the supreme court being asked to hear this case now? >> well, it's just gone up the system in the regular stately way that these cases go so that the trial in this case is actual held in early 2010. there was a 9th circuit opinion and now there's an appeal to the supreme court and so we'll hear the the ultimate decision and oral arguments will be heard in the 26th and we'll hear the ultimate decision in the court in june. how unusual is it for an administration to be involved in a supreme court case like this? >> not that unusual. the brief itself talks about prior cases in which it's gotten involved in precisely this way. >> when that happens, does it lend any more credence to the argument? >> i think it definitely does. i think the government will now be allowed oral argument time in the court so we'll be able to address the justices about whe
SFGTV
Mar 2, 2013 11:30am PST
be preferable and we are looking for someone that we are defining as some kind of law experience. meaning, you know, whether it be law school or working even as a legal aid or something like that. this job as the commissioners know entails a fair amount of code and law working with the city attorney and other agencies, so, having someone come in who has some basic understanding of that it would be helpful. >> and then, everyone who has some kind of security, or code enforcement or law enforcement background is going to get pushed to the front of the line just because of the nature of the work. >> okay. >> any other questions commissioners? >> is there public comment on the executive director's report? >> seeing none, public comment is closed. >> item number four, police department comments and questions? officer, methias. >> a quite et reporting session and we will go over a few incidents that happened on broad way and columbus, there was an aggravated assault and the victim was stabbed six times at a parking lot across from the seller. looking into it, as far as what we know so far, there is
PBS
Mar 1, 2013 5:30pm PST
california's law, i didn't feel like that was something that this administration could avoid. i felt it was important for us to articulate what i believe and what this administration stands for. >> sreenivasan: 200 congressional democrats also filed a brief today urging the court to overturn the california ban. they join more than 100 prominent republicans who voiced their support earlier in the week. the justices will hear oral arguments in late march. a federal judge in california has cut $1 billion damage award in the apple-msung fight by nearly half. samsung will now have to pay apple just under $600 million for infringing on smart phone and tablet computer patents. the judge also ordered a new trial on some of apple's allegations in the case. wall street ended the week with small gains. the dow jones industrial average added 35 points to close at 14,089. the nasdaq rose nine points to close at 3,169. for the week, both the dow and the nasdaq gained a fraction of a percent. february was a good month for most major auto makers in the u.s. ford reported today its sales rose 9% last
CSPAN
Mar 1, 2013 7:00pm EST
. >> to make it to responses, justice breyer. the first one focuses on the operation of the law and the consequences that flow from it. i do not think shelby county or alabama got to bring a successful challenge on the basis that it ought not to have covered arizona or alaska. the statute has been a mechanism. those jurisdictions can build themselves out of it and if they do and it doesn't work, they may very well have a challenge they can bring to the law. that doesn't justify given the structure of the law that there's a tailored mechanism. >> i don't understand the distinction between facial and a supplied and they talk about formula. as applied to shelby county are covered because of the formula, so they challenge as applied to them. i'm not even sure what your position is on the formula. if the formula congruent and proportional today? review had this reverse engineering argument? >> congress' decision to reenact it was congruent and proportional. >> to the problem was the formula congruent and proportionate? >> the court has found four different times at the formula in the
MSNBC
Mar 2, 2013 7:00am PST
.com we put the law on your side. the end. lovely read susan. but isn't it time to turn the page on your cup of joe? gevalia, or a cup of johan, is like losing yourself in a great book. may i read something? yes, please. of course. a rich, never bitter taste cup after cup. net weight 340 grams. [ sighs ] [ chuckles ] [ announcer ] always rich, never bitter. gevalia. . >>> as we anticipate an across the board set of budget cuts becoming law in our land, we still expect to see your goodness prevail. rise up, oh, god, and save us from ourselves. >> good grief! even the senate chaplain is blaming the country on the manmade disaster and not the firstle time he has made that point. and remember the last self-inflicted crisis a month ago. >> as we gather with so much work left undone, guide our lawmakers with your wisdom. look with favor on our nation and save us from self-inflicted wounds. >> that is sad that we have to keep praying, lord, keep us from ourselves. >> well, this guy is great. >> save us from ourselves. >> it is not save us from ourselves, but save frus the -- from the decisions
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2013 10:00am EST
. offshore, our major cutter fleet along with law enforcement detachments on the united states navy and allied war ships are on patrol ready to respond to threats. coast guard aviation support the fleet providing response which optimize our overall effectiveness. last year we removed over 163 metric tons of illegal drugs before they reached our streets. last summer i testified before you on the role that the role our partners play in protecting our maritime borders closer to home. these partnerships enhance our effectiveness along our coast and waterways and outstanding example of these partnerships is the regional coordinating members of the committee im. in fiscal years 2012 and 2013, san diego and loss-long beach iner difficulted 164,000 pounds of illegal drugs along the southern california coastline. we enjoy very strong partnerships with canada and mexico. through integrated border enforcement, coast guard royal mounted police officers enjoyed success. ship rider allows the u.s. and canadian officers to conduct integrated maritime law enforcement activities. we trained and exer
MSNBC
Mar 1, 2013 4:00pm PST
districts by law just about now. and even the virginia senators, they have no interest in voting against this. the state government is not their government, and they are going to lose -- they're going to lose votes if they do not re-enact the voting rights act. even the name of it is wonderful. who is going to vote against that in the future? >> this time it was justice elena kagan who rebutted his arguments in her exchange with the shelby county attorney. listen to this. >> you said the problem has been solved, but who gets to make that judgment really? is it you, is it the court, or is it congress? >> well, it's certainly not me. >> that's a good answer. i was hoping you would say that. >> but i think the question is congress can examine it, congress makes a record, it is up to the court to determine whether the problem indeed has been solved and whether the new problem, if there is one -- >> well, that's a big, new power that you are giving us, that we have the power now to decide whether racial discrimination has been solved? >> dale, it occurs to me that justice scalia has had that
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